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was there shep. not much of president's agenda on display. immigration reform, budget deficit deal, another attempt at gun control. up in of that has been talk about since last week and all but a handful of questions today were about the app and the irs subjecting tea party groups to scrutiny. the president says if the irs officials acted inappropriately, they should be held ant credible. and on the phone records, he says mr. bober bober believes reporters should have unfettered access even as the government protects its secrets. >> believe it's possible to strike that balance and at the same time subpoena the phone records? >> i can't comment on the specific reports you cite. i can say the president does believe that the balance should be sought and can be found but it is a balance and, therefore, something that we need to constantly work at. >> the obama administration has launched six prosecutions for leaking classified information, which is more than all previous presidents come bind, shepard. >> shepard: on benghazi some observed that jay carney seems to not believe any of the question
are hoping for tax reform. we were hoping to work more on the deficit. do you think this will diverge us from getting things like that done in washington? >> i am not so sure that the market will take that as bad news. the less they do inside the beltway seems to be the better. that is seen as bad news. the more gridlock, the better in many peoples minds. dennis: we have justice with the ap, the irs going after tea party groups, if we have a third-party to come up that is overreaching like that, it gets far worse. >> i will give you one. it is still another one. if i can quickly push back a little on what david said, i agree. i would also say be careful what you wish for. the specter of a three year lame-duck president does not look that great internationally. i do worry about that angle. >> i am not too worried about what is happening internationally. i think they will basically be just slightly by over the next couple years. it is the economy here that i am worried about. with gridlock, look at what we have been able to get done. the president realizes that he needs more tax income for natu
in principle on an immigration reform framework. and there was some positive news on the deficit. but both of those items will take a long time to pay dividends. and the administration will have to still fight the crises for now, if they ever want to be able to maximize both of these agenda items in the long term. wolf? >> jessica yellin over at the white house, thanks very much. let's dig a little bit deeper now with our chief political correspondent, host of the "state of the union" candy crowley. the president trying to change the subject today, didn't work that well, because the subject is still out there. >> there's a formula for presidents who get into political trouble. and it begins with trying to change the questions. which he did pretty well, i think, in the rose garden, at least it was a good first step. went out there and said, okay, what we really noo ed is money to help secure the embassies. that was his response to the benghazi problem. he talked about the irs, and said, well, this was done, because i take these leaks very seriously, because they endanger americans. put it i
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